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  • Village Council work session addresses Oberer queries

    The purpose of the meeting was for Village Council members to ask questions about the proposed development to inform their future decision on whether to rezone the 52 acres slated for development as a planned unit development, or PUD.

  • Village Council establishes 2022 goals and roles

    The first Village Council meeting of 2022, held virtually via Zoom on Jan. 3, began with a series of swearings-in. Mayor Pam Conine and council members Carmen (Lee) Brown, Brian Housh and Kevin Stokes began new terms.

  • 2021 in Review | Village Council

    In 2021, Village Council purchased land for Mary’s Way, tabled a plan for a DORA, began work on municipal broadband, limited transient guest lodgings and more.

  • Village Council outlines next steps for Oberer

    The vote to approve a planned unit development, or PUD, for Oberer has been put on hold for now, but Village Council and the developer must make their case to villagers.

  • Village Council postpones Oberer discussion

    Days after its regular Dec. 6 meeting, where Village Council heard concerns from several villagers, Council decided to postpone the second reading on an ordinance that would grant Planned Urban Development, or PUD, zoning to Oberer for its property on the southern end of the village.

  • Villagers voice concerns over Oberer

    At its Monday, Dec. 6, regular meeting, held via Zoom, Village Council members raised questions and heard comments from villagers regarding a planned unit development, or PUD, proposed for the south end of town.

  • Village Council drills down on budget

    At its regular meeting on Nov. 15, held via Zoom, Village Council took several steps toward appropriating funds for the 2022 budget, which will be voted on at its Dec. 6 meeting.

  • Village Council eyes Sutton Farm for solar array

    At its regular meeting on Nov. 1, held virtually via Zoom, Village Council members heard a report from Village Manager Josué Salmerón that detailed the standing of the Village’s energy portfolio and ways to continue using alternative energy in order to provide electricity to the village.

  • 2021 Election results

    On Tuesday, Nov. 2, Yellow Springs voters weighed in on a variety of races and issues including Village Council, school board, Miami Township trustees, jail and school facilities levies, among other items.

  • Villagers give feedback on citizen review board

    In their regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 18, Council members dedicated time to hear public feedback on their Oct. 4 meeting with Larry James, the attorney Council hired to review the proposal for a citizen review board, or CRB.

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